Balisage 2013 Call for Late-breaking News
The peer-reviewed part of the Balisage 2013 program has
been scheduled. A few slots on the Balisage program have been
reserved for presentation of “Late-breaking” material.
Proposals for late-breaking slots must be received by June 14,
2013. Selection of late-breaking proposals will be made by the Balisage conference
committee, instead of being made in the course of the regular peer-review process.
If you have a presentation that should be part of Balisage, and it
isn't already on the Preliminary
Program, please send a proposal message as plain-text email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to be considered for inclusion in the final program, your proposal message
must supply the following information:
- The name(s) and affiliations of all author(s)/speaker(s)
- The email address of the presenter
- The title of the presentation
- An abstract of 100-150 words, suitable for immediate distribution
- Disclosure of when and where, if some part of this material has already been presented or published
- An indication as to whether the presenter is comfortable giving a conference presentation and answering questions in English about the material to be
- Your assurance that all authors are willing and able to sign the
Non-exclusive Publication Agreement
respect to the proposed presentation
In order to be in serious contention for inclusion in the final program, your proposal should probably
be either a) really late-breaking (it happened in the last month or two) or b) a paper, an extended paper proposal,
or a very long abstract with references. Late-breaking slots are few and the competition is fiercer than
for peer-reviewed papers. The more we know about your proposal, the better we can appreciate the quality of your submission.
Please feel encouraged to provide any other information that could aid the conference committee as
it considers your proposal, such as a detailed outline, samples, code, and/or graphics. We expect to
receive far more proposals than we can accept, so it's important that you
send enough information to make your proposal convincing and
exciting. (This material may be attached to the email message, if appropriate.)
The conference committee reserves the right to make editorial
changes in your abstract and/or title for the conference program and publicity.